This Book Needs No Title




This Book Needs No Title

Number of page: 192
Author: Raymond Smullyan
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
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Category: Games

Eighty paradoxes, logical lobyrinths, and intriguing enigmas progress from light fables and fancies to challenging Zen exercises and a novella and probe the timeless questions of philosophy and life

About The Author

Raymond Smullyan is considered one of America's most inventive creators of logic puzzles. His many writings include a previous volume of recreational logic and math problems, What Is the Name of This Book?; two studies of deductive logic in chess, The Chess Mysteries of Sherlock Holmes and The Chess Mysteries of the Arabian Nights; two collections of philosophical essays and aphorisms; The Tao Is Silent and This Book Needs No Title, and most recently, Satan, Cantor, and Infinity. He is a professor of mathematical logic at Indiana University.